Northeast Cooperative Research Staff

Acting Director - Northeast Cooperative Research Program
Narragansett, RI
401 782-3323

John Hoey coordinates, oversees, plans, and executes cooperative research programs managed and/or supported by the Northeast Fisheries Science Center and its partners in this effort. He has also worked as a scientist for other NMFS offices, a federal fishery management council, and for the National Fisheries Institute. He has spent much of his career working with commercial fishermen to build databases from their business records that can then be used to improve fishery stock assessments.
 
Cooperative Research Coordinator
Gloucester, MA
978 281-9276

Earl has been with the Northeast Cooperative Research Program (NCRP) since it began in 1999. His role is to facilitate strategic and fiscal planning for the NCRP, serve on the New England Fishery Management Council’s Research Steering Committee, enhance outreach to constituents, and promote cooperative research among recreational angling constituents. Prior to working in the NCRP Earl worked as an analyst in NOAA’s Fishery Statistics Office, and before joining NOAA, was the Vice President of Fishery Information Managements Systems, Inc. Outside of work, Earl volunteers in leadership development programs, mentors young scientists, and serves as Commodore of the Sandy Bay Yacht Club in Rockport, MA.
 
Cooperative Research Specialist
Gloucester, MA
978 281-9197

Carolyn is a cooperative research specialist whose duties include a wide range of tasks such as aiding in the development and oversight of NEFSC cooperative research competitions and contracts, and assisting with program activities for the Northeast Cooperative Research Program. Before joining the Cooperative Research Program, she worked with the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries in their fisheries and shellfish programs, and with NOAA's Northeast Regional Office in Protected Resources. Carolyn enjoys working with diverse groups on the practical applications of fisheries research, and spends her free time boating and fishing on the North Shore.
 
Cooperative Research Specialist/Federal Programs Officer
Woods Hole, MA
508 495 2070

Cheryl administers the Mid-Atlantic and Monkfish Research Set-Aside Programs. She is customer-service oriented and enjoys community outreach. Before joining NOAA's Northeast Fisheries Science Center in 2007, Cheryl worked for the National Park Service in Boston. In her 16 years with the Park Service, she focused on contracting for construction, and for architect & engineering projects. Cheryl is a native Cape Codder, who is naturally drawn to the peacefulness of the area and is impressed with the passion of everyone involved in cooperative research.
 
Cooperative Research Liaison
Gloucester, MA
978 281-9326

Ryan Silva serves as the Cooperative Research Liaison for the Greater Atlantic Regional Fisheries Office, working with scientists, fishermen, and managers to support cooperative research efforts. With a background in fisheries science and expertise in the fishery management process, Ryan is well positioned to help bridge the gap between the science and management arenas. In this capacity, Ryan oversees implementation of the region’s research set-aside programs, experimental fishing regulations and policies, and serves as the general point of contact for the Regional Office for cooperative research.

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